Interested in meeting with us to talk about educational barriers and
reasonable accommodations? It’s easy! Just follow these steps below:
You can email us, call, or visit our office at Ferrell Commons 185 to schedule an appointment. Appointments last approximately 45 – 60 minutes.
Prior to your Welcome Meeting, please click the Student Application link and complete it. You will be prompted to provided your NID and NID password.
During the Welcome Meeting, an Accessibility Consultant will chat with you about the barriers you are experiencing, reasonable accommodations to address the barriers and your next steps. Our goal is to keep the meeting relaxed and comfortable.
At the beginning of every semester, all students connected with SAS need to select which of their approved accommodations they will use. Following the student’s request for accommodations, Accommodation Letters will be sent via email to professors.
We know that questions, challenges and concerns may arise. The Accessibility Consultant you met with initially would be happy to answer any follow-up questions. One of the biggest mistakes students make is waiting too long to address a concern.
The SAS team on the Orlando campus works closely with the UCF Connect Campuses SAS contacts. If you are taking a course at a UCF Connect Campus and want to set up a Welcome Meeting, you can contact our Orlando office to schedule. During the meeting, a SAS representative from the Orlando campus will join you and a UCF Connect Campus representative on your campus via Skype to discuss the barriers you are experiencing. To see our listing of Connect Campus representatives, please view the Connect Campus Contact List.
For students who need temporary assistance: